Cheng Laboratory Featured on Cover of Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology
September 19, 2016
The cover artwork is a snapshot of a visualization of their experiments (Image credit: David Brennan).

Label-free detection and manipulation of single biological nanoparticles was selected as the cover artwork in the current issue of Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine and Nanobio

FDA Awards $4.35 Million in Contracts to College of Pharmacy
February 8, 2016
The FDA has funded three separate contracts to Drs. Amidon, Schwendeman, and Sun, with an initial commitment of $4,348,178. Additional options would reach $14,766,472 in total funding if approved by the agency.

At the end of 2015, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) funded three separate contracts to Drs.

Newly Published Reports from the Rosania Research Group Describe Macrophages and their Drug-Sequestering Habits
August 14, 2015
Macrophages containing Clofazimine Drug Biocrystals

The Rosania Research Group at the College of Pharmacy has published four reports detailing the pharmacological, immunological, and optical analyses on macrophage-targeted drug sequestration.

Dr. Anna Schwendeman’s Research Honored; Project Selected for MTRAC Fast Forward
October 23, 2014

In February 2013, the U-M Medical School was awarded $2.4 million to help fund the U-M Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization for Life Sciences Program (U-M MTRAC). Of the 39 proposals submitted in its first year, the MTRAC Oversight Committee selected 11 for funding, including one by Dr. Anna Schwendeman, Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at the College of Pharmacy.

Faculty Receive Supplemental NIH Grant in Addressing Sex Differences Research
October 1, 2014

College of Pharmacy faculty members Dr. Vicki Ellingrod, John Gideon Searle Professor of Pharmacy and Associate Chair for Research Development and Mentorship in the Department of Clinical, Social, and Administrative Sciences, and Dr. Kathleen Stringer, Professor of Pharmacy in the Department of Clinical, Social and Administrative Sciences, received a supplemental grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Dr. Balkrishnan and Dr. Park Receive FDA Grant to Study Effectiveness of Immunosuppressant Medications
September 22, 2014

"This research represents an important extension of the ongoing research between the U-M Kidney Epidemiology and Cost Center (UM-KECC) and the College of Pharmacy,” states Dr. Balkrishnan.

Dissolution Conference Sets Tone and Direction for the Development of In Vivo Predictive Dissolution Methodologies
August 25, 2014
Yasuhiro Tsume, Research Scientist in Dr. Gordon Amidon’s lab, presents his poster to a conference participant.

In August, the College hosted its first annual In Vivo Predictive Dissolution Conference, bringing together experts from around the globe with representatives from academia, industry, and government in the fields of clinical science, engineering and basic science. This wide-ranging group of thought leaders presented on the state of current research in biopredictive dissolution science and methodology.

College Research Ranks 10th Among All Colleges of Pharmacy
July 25, 2014

Each year, the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) compiles a list ranking NIH/Federal Funding awards, which compares Colleges of Pharmacy across the country.

Using Artificial Intelligence to Impact Medication Adherence
July 9, 2014
Dr. Farris and her team have been the recipient of MCubed and MICHR funding for this research. Pictured front row: Peter Batra, Karen Farris, Satinder Singh. Pictured back row: Sean Newman, John Piette, Larry An.

Dr. Karen Farris, Charles R. Walgreen III Professor of Pharmacy Administration, received funding in April 2014 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality for an innovative text messaging research project.

Sherman Lab Collaboration Takes Major Stride Forward in Understanding Microorganism Biosynthesis
July 9, 2014
David Sherman and Douglas Hansen with display of cyro-electron microscope derived structure of module 5 of the pikromycin multifunctional polyketide synthase, subject of the Nature articles.

In the June 26, 2014 issue of Nature, Dr. David Sherman, and collaborators have taken a major stride forward in understanding how the biochemical ‘machinery’ in microbes containing the step-by-step blueprints for natural product synthesis is operating.

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